Hilton Garden Inn Gettysburg

Address: 1061 York St, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1061 York St, Gettysburg, is near Jennie Wade House, The Majestic Theater, Explore & More, and Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Gettysburg

      Wow

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      This place was a delight to stay at. Great friendly staff that new the area well. Large bright lobby that is very comfortable to sit in. They had an excellent breakfast buffet the day that we were there. Nice size rooms that were very comfortable. I have stayed at other Hilton Garden Inns and this was by far the best.

      Hilton was wonderful

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      We were delighted with this hotel. The front desk staff was friendly and

      helpful, the lobby was bright and clean, the room was very nice , bright, clean and comfortable. The pool area was also nice. We were so pleased to find a such a nice hotel in a rather touristy area that we plan to return with family members next month.

      Great place to stay in Gettysburg

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      Just got back from a great ovenight stay at this hotel a mile or so outside the Gettysburg city center. Hotel is new or newly renovated. Attractive public areas, large, clean, comfortable room with a large bathroom at a very good price. Able and attentive desk staff. Hotel pool and hot tub very nice.

      Very comfortable stay

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      Happened upon this hotel while on vacation. We found the property extremely clean and comfortable. The staff was very helpful in providing directions and suggestions for a good local place for meals. We would highly recommend this to anyone coming to the area and would be our first choice upon a return trip.

      Great for one night in Gettysburg

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      We had a comfortable , clean room at this fairly new Hilton. It was in a perfect location. We didn't figure out the thermostat and the room was a little warm, and when I asked at check out I was told rather abruptly that if I had called the front desk they would have explained the proper use of the thermostat. The only other problem was when I went to pay cash for the room, I was told that they didn't have change, so I had to come up with exact dollars.

      Stayed on August 7

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      An overnighter from Philadelphia. Clean property, close to major highways and a couple miles from town. Two breakfast choices; continental and hot buffet.

      Convenient and Clean

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      Hi:

      We just got back. The Hilton was very clean and new. The restaurant, open for breakfast and dinner, was very good. The location was convenient, about one mile from Gettysburg and adjacent to a Giant supermarket.

      Great hotel

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      We just returned from our stay at the Hilton Garden Inn in Gettysburg, PA. The hotel was very clean and the staff was really nice. The pool was small and the water cloudy when we were there. We found out though that the pool guy was off the prior week. Our kids still had fun in it and it was never busy. The hotel is quiet which we liked and we were able to check in 2 hours before the posted time. It's not in the heart of Gettysburg but only a 5 minute drive down the road. We could always find parking in town. The dining area is small but we never had a problem getting a seat. They do not serve lunch but we were never there during that time anyway. We would definitely stay there again.

      Very clean with competent staff--a good value

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      We had a great stay at the Hilton Garden Inn. The staff was very friendly and competent and the hotel was immaculate. You do have to drive (very short trip--maybe 5 minutes) to get into town, but we had no trouble finding parking in the dead of winter (not a walkable trip, though). Small indoor pool, but the kids loved it, and it was the only one I was able to find that had an indoor pool. The pool was very clean. The view from the hotel is very ugly; our room at the front of the hotel looked out on a stretch of blight. But, I thought it was a good value for the money. Extremely clean, comfortable rooms, great staff, pretty and clean lobby. The hotel is right next to a supermarket and the rooms have refrigerators and microwaves, which was good for saving money on sodas and snacks. Gettysburg is a nice weekend getaway if you live nearby. 2 full days and a one-night stay was enough to tour the battlefield and see the town, and the hotel was a very nice home base. Note, coming from the direction of the town of Gettysburg, it is very easy to miss the entrance to the hotel. The post marking the hotel came after the intersection.

      Very Nice New Property

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      A brand new property. Very friendly staff and nice facility. Beds are extremely comfortable. Only glitches were the high speed internet access was not working properly. I would absolutely recommend staying here.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Gettysburg

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      Travel Blogs from Gettysburg

      Nice sites, loud music

      A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... spaghetti. We then settled in to watch Home Alone.

      After the movie was over we got into our beds and started to fall asleep. That is when we realized we were camping next to some sort of Rave party. Lights and extremely loud dance music lasted well past midnight. In the mean time around 11pm I realized that the heat was no longer working and that both propane tanks were empty, with it getting below freezing that night we need to ...

      A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

      28 photos

      ... hour.


      In between autostops, there were various monuments and memorials dedicated to brigades, regiments, and commanders from both the Confederate and Union sides. On each regimental monument, the total number of officers and enlisted men present, killed, wounded and captured/missing were displayed.


      As we saw these regimental monuments, it was very surprising and appalling there were over 60% casualties (including ...

      Americas History

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 31, 2014

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      It was time to set out into the real world again and we decided to make a stop in Gettysburg before heading out to Washington D.C. The drive to Gettysburg was once again beautiful but it was a cloudy and cool day. Gettysburg is where the major civil war battle was fought for 3 days in July 1863 which was considered the turning point in the battle between the south and the north. During the 3 day battle 50,000 ...

      Cannons and Monuments, Oh, My!

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... since I didn't take notes I can't even label the photos accurately. I had recently read Killer Angels by Michael Shaara in preparation for the Gettysburg visit and I was disappointed that our guide said little if anything about some of the major officers I had read about---Chamberlain, Buford, Longstreet. He seemed to have plenty to tell about someone named Sickles whom I had never heard of and none of ...

      It isn't even past!

      A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... battles? Maybe. Personally, I think he read too many military histories. In any case, the Coliseum in Rome has a far different feel than the Parthenon in Athens. Blood and guts versus the birth of democracy. So too is the feel of Gettysburg versus that of Valley Forge. The carnage of war versus the birth of American freedom and democracy. I enjoyed both immensely. Imagine Pickett's charge. Imagine George Washington, in the dead of winter, writing ...